Questionable Content

11:54 PM / Posted by Ashley /

My next project, "Homage to Catatonia" by Steve Koppman is coming up soon. Be sure to check it out. It's a fun (and terrifying) play. I'm having a blast figuring out ways to tell this story. My cast is an absolute dream! It's part of COTE's second annual "Questionable Content" one-act festival and the kick off of our exciting second season (which is posted on our website).

QUESTIONABLE CONTENT
Co-Op Theatre East's Second Annual One-Act Festival


Performances:
September 17th, 8:00 pm
September 18th, 8:00 pm
September 19th, 8:00 pm
September 20th, 2:00 pm matinee

Co-Op Theatre East is proud to announce its second annual one-act play festival, “Questionable Content,” with performances at The Kraine Theater beginning September 17th.
The festival will feature four new plays about life in these modern times:

– Steve Koppman's futuristic (prescient?) Homage to Catatonia envisions a world where we're all plugged in, and questions the cost. Directed by Ashley Marinaccio.

– Craig Abernethy's sharp comedy Do/Don't Do turns the playwright's incredible eye for social commentary on a (not so) ordinary street crossing. Directed by Robert A. K. Gonyo.

– In Reina Hardy's classic tale of truth versus fiction, Smooth Criminal, a writer of a fraudulent blog is forced to choose between integrity or a book deal. Directed by Casey Cleverly.

– And in COTE Artistic Director Robert A. K. Gonyo's Urinal Play, a young man must deal with his impertinent boss who has run out of toilet paper. Directed by Robert A. K. Gonyo.

The ensemble includes Kerrie Bond, Joseph Faranda, Stephen Hensel, Serena Miller, Veronique Ory, Nicole Perperas, Bethany Pollock, Adam Schneider, Jenny Stodd, David Roberts, and Michael Wetherbee. Set Design by Jeffrey Guidice.

Tickets are $18 general admission, $15 students, and will be available at the door. For more information on The Kraine, visit http://horsetrade.info/.

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